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ALPI

ALPI is mainly used for fundamental heavy-ions nuclear physics experiments at intermediate energy.

Linear superconducting quarter-wave resonant cavities accelerator. At present ions are injected by Tandem.

Proposals are evaluated and selected on the basis of scientific merit by a PAC (Program Advisory Committee).

Main features are:

  • Superconducting material: Lead and Niobium;
  • Accelerated Ions: from 28Si to 197Au;
  • Energy: about 20 MV multiplied the ion charge state;
  • The total output energy of ions emerging from the Tandem-Alpi complex is the sum of injection energy (Tandem acting as injector) and ALPI energy. Hence the total energy of the complex is about 35 x charge state (MeV);
  • Experimental halls and beam lines: the same ones of Tandem-XTU

Call for proposals (TANDEM-PIAVE-ALPI)

TANDEM-PIAVE-ALPI beam time schedule

List of past experiments at TANDEM-PIAVE-ALPI

List of ions with energies and currents

Tandem-Piave-Alpi status now


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Programma INFN Docenti (PID)
INFN-LNL, 10-14 February 2020


 

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Light dark matter and dark bosons
by Dr Andrea Celentano (INFN Sezione di Genova)
Thursday, 30 January 2020 from 14:30 to 16:30, Villi meeting room


The HPGe Detector Laboratory in HIL Warsaw
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Tuesday, 4 February 2020 from 10:00 to 13:00, LAE meeting room


FastIC: a Fast Ionization chamber for fusion reactions studies induced by low-intensity radioactive beams
by Dr Giulia Colucci (Heavy Ion Laboratory - University of Warsaw, Polonia)
Wednesday, 5 February 2020 from 11:00 to 13:00, LAE meeting room


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